A New Approach to Regulatory Budgeting in Virginia
New agency aims to implement a more impactful approach to reducing regulatory costs.
Are Child Labor Protections Working?
Scholars debate making changes to child labor regulations to improve protection of youth.
Week in Review
Minnesota legalizes recreational marijuana, a South Carolina state trial court temporarily blocks new abortion ban, and more…
A New Balance Between Health Care Privacy and Artificial Intelligence
A scholar highlights problematic ways that artificial intelligence and health privacy interact.
ERISA Plan Fiduciaries and ESG Factors
ERISA plan fiduciaries must be permitted to consider ESG factors when selecting plan investments.
The Regulatory Triumph of Wi-Fi
Scholar argues that the FCC deserves more credit for the rise of Wi-Fi.
Fiduciary Governance for 401(k)s
Retirement policy must evolve to account for participant preferences.
Combatting Discrimination in Algorithmic Hiring
Scholar proposes mandatory self-audits and certification of employers’ hiring algorithms.
Stamping Out Counterfeit Postage
The U.S. Postal Service adopts final rule aimed at reducing postage fraud.
The Green Clash Between Renewables and Conservation
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.